Atlantic Common University Data Set (ACUDS), October 2016

Mount Allison University is committed to providing the public with information about the University. We understand how important access to current data is to prospective students and their parents, and we hope you find this format easy to read and useful as you discover more about Mount Allison.

Choosing a university is not a simple task, and we urge you to consider a variety of sources to help you make a decision. At the end of the day it comes down to finding the right fit: a university should match your needs, your abilities and your ambitions.

There are many places to get information about universities. Along with the following data we encourage you to delve into other parts of the Mount Allison website to explore the variety of courses and programs that are offered, the opportunities to gain work experience while you’re at school, or to travel abroad, or to get involved with student clubs and athletics. The best way to determine whether Mount Allison is right for you is to visit the campus.

A. General Information

  1.  Address information
  2.  Qualifications offered / awarded
  3.  Degrees conferred by program
  4.  Male enrolment by program
  5.  Female enrolment by program
  6.  Total enrolment by program
  7.  Full-time enrolment by immigration status    

B. Admission

  1.  Applicants and registrants by type and program
  2.  Program undergrad admission requirements
  3.  Entering average ranges by program
  4.  Application fee
  5.  Students accepted for a term other than fall
  6.  Deferred admission

C. Transfer Admission from Other Post-secondary Institutions

  1. Enroll transfer students?
  2.  Number of transfer students (applied and registered)
  3. Transfer credit policies

D. Library Collections

  1.  Library Collections      

E. Student Life

  1. Geographic origin of first year students
  2. Students living on campus
  3. Activities offered
  4. Housing

F. Student Experience Information

  1.   Results from NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement) 2014 survey
  2.   Results from the CGPSS (Canadian Graduate Professional Student Survey) 2007 Survey

G. Annual Student Expenses

  1.  Tuition, ancillary fees, room & board, and other expenses
  2.  First year tuition and ancillary fees by program      

H. Instructional Faculty and Class Size

  1. Number of instructional faculty members
  2. Undergraduate class size by year level

I. University Revenue and Expenses

  1. University Revenue
  2. University Expenses

J. Research

  1. Research awards by Granting Council

K. Other Useful Information

  1. Academic plans
  2. Key performance indicators
    • 2A: Key performance indicators (Graduation Rate)
     
  3. First Year Retention Rate 2016


If you have any questions or comments please contact Jonathan Parsons, Institutional Reporting and Data Analysis